About Wellington Care
As an independent provider of specialist care and support, we believe that everybody should have the opportunity to realise their full potential and become as independent as possible.
We support adults across Hull and East Yorkshire with all aspects of their daily lives, including offering safe and welcoming living environments with around the clock care, as well as additional support within the community.
At Wellington Care, we are a passionate and committed team who go the extra mile for the people who benefit from our support.
Wellington Care is wholly owned by Hull and East Yorkshire Mind.
Our Aims and Objectives are:
- To be a leading health and social care provider, focusing on supporting people with severe and complex mental health and other additional needs such as a learning disability, autism or behaviours that may challenge.
- To be a person centred and needs led organisation that will meet the holistic needs of a person to empower them to live as independently as possible.
To support people to enable them to lead a positive and fulfilling life and achieve personal goals and ambition. This includes supporting everyone to go above and beyond their own vision of capability.
- To be the employer of choice within the communities we work in.
- Our mission is to empower individuals to achieve their hopes, goals and aspirations so that they can live a positive, fullling and independent life.
Our Underlying Principles are:
- We respect the individual
- We act with and uphold the highest standards of integrity, honesty and commitment
- We always strive to do the best we can in everything we do
- We focus on people’s strengths and abilities
- We work together, and in partnership, with individuals
- We support and encourage innovation and creativity
"The staff were thoughtful and caring. People, their relatives and visiting professionals told us that staff were consistently caring and compassionate. The staff worked towards providing a person-centred culture. They respected people’s rights, privacy, dignity, diversity and independence."
Care Quality Commission